When Social Tables moved into the now iconic STHQ at 1325 G St. NW, we hosted a press conference with Mayor Muriel Bowser during which we committed ourselves to hosting at least 100 events in our first two years in STHQ. We want our space to bring the DC community and DC Tech scene together, all the while helping others experience the power of face-to-face meetings. And now, our 10,000sf of flexible, functional space is continuing to serve the DC community in new and interesting ways.
First, what percent to goal are we on our 100 events by the end of 2017 commitment? We are 108% to our goal! In November, a tech meet-up put us over the edge. This month and last were both a little slow with the holidays, but we’re thrilled to have exceeded our goal in just 10.5 months.
What’s coming up at STHQ in December 2016? Remember, this list is ever growing and changing, but below you’ll find a listing of the events we anticipate having at STHQ in December.
- December 7: Code for DC, hosted by Tabler John Oakley
At Code for DC, people from all walks of life come together to connect with engineers to tackle and find technical solutions for civic problems in the District of Columbia. You can join this group through the group through the Code for DC meet-up group!
- December 12: Front End Lab – Women Who Code, hosted by Tabler Clare Hutchings
Front End Lab (FEL) is a study group where women can come together and help each other learn and understand front end web development. We welcome devs of all levels and encourage those with more experience to help out those that are just starting. You can join the group through Women Who Code’s meet-up group!
- December 13: University Event Professionals Social: Tiki Time! Hosted by Tabler Laura Lopez
Meet university event professionals from around the DC area over a make-your-tiki-cocktail station, warm up with some tropical small bites, and get a sneak peek into the hot, new ST technologies that will help you start 2017 on the right foot. Attendance is free as long as you sign up!
- December 15: Node DC Meetup, hosted by Tabler Dan MacTough
NodeDC brings node.js developers together to share ideas and solutions in Washington, DC. You can join the group through NodeDC’s meet-up group!